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Join Glass In The Afternoon every weekday afternoon from 3pm-6pm, on WGCL. Join Mike Glasscott for Bloomington’s local afternoon show, with news updates, weather, community guests (like Keith Klein, Jim Inman,Terry Stultz, David Novak and more) and issues, plusJoe Smith Reports. If you want to get in touch with Glass, send him an email.

Visiting with Michael Reschke from the HT as he helps us understand the process of gathering news locally and during trying times.

Governor Eric Holcomb delivered a statewide address Monday ordering Hoosiers to remain in their homes except for essential travel such as: taking care of others, obtaining necessary supplies, and for health and safety. Listen below. 

Mary Catherine Carmichael, Director of Public Engagement for the City, joins the program with updates on City business.

Steve Kellams and Chuck Carney kept us up-to-date on the news of the day.

Keith Klein rides along as we chat City Council business with Jim Sims and Indiana business with Kevin Brinegar, CEO and President of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

Captain Steve Kellams (retired), Rod Holloway and Director of Media Relations for IU, Chuck Carney, joined the program.

Friday the 13th. Yep. Joe and Terry helped Glass through Big Show Friday.

Zach Osterman weighs in on a busy Thursday.

Reactions on Thursday from the City of Bloomington (Mary Catherine Carmichael) and Indiana University (Chuck Carney).

Chuck Carney, Director of Media Relations for Indiana University and Marty Hawk, County Councilwoman joined the program.

Becky Mungle, Principal of Templeton Elementary, checks in before spring break begins!

Bloomington Chief of Police Mike Diekhoff and Abdul Hakim-Shabazz joined the program.

Dave and Glass talking Hoosiers and B1G hoops.

Lucy Schaiach checks in from the City of Bloomington and the Volunteer Network.

Zach Osterman on the Hoosiers and NCAA tournament thoughts.

Ivy Tech Chancellor Jennie Vaughan and Deputy Mayor Mick Renneisen.

Chuck Carney with THREE BIG THINGS AT IU and County Councilwoman Marty Hawk.

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